Two weeks ago, I mentioned Patrick Chovanec's Atlantic feature, "The Nine Nations of China," which included this map of regional differences within the country:

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Shortly thereafter the Shanghaiist had a further riff on the theme, with maps of China representing the mental images of people from different parts of China. For instance, China as seen by people from Shanghai:
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And according to people from Hong Kong:
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The spirit is that of Steinberg's famous map of the USA as seen from Manhattan. Worth checking out.

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